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hackney. >> i'm juliette goodrich. allen and liz are off tonight. an upbeat governor brown laid out an optimistic vision of california's future in his annual state of the state. >> california's back, its budget is balanced and we're on the move. >> his live within our means message went over well with republicans. but cbs 5 reporter phil matier tells us that doesn't mean he won't face a few fights. >> reporter: whether it's not having enough money or don't know how to spend what you have, there's bound to be a tug of war but today, governor brown laid out his vision of where the money should go and it's classic governor brown. >> great state of california, the honorable edmond brown, jr. >> reporter: he invoked everything from the bible to the little engine that could but as messages go governor jerry brown's state of the state address was pretty much about one thing. >> living within our means and not spending while we don't have. the people have given us seven years of extra taxes. let us follow the wisdom of joseph, pay down our debts, and stor
her, in the coat and dress, made by american designer thom browne. i actually spoke to him today. he said, you know, in moments like this you really are at a loss for words. but what a beautiful sight. she's wearing a j crew belt, j crew gloves. she wore j crew shoes. a reed krakoff cardigan. >> she's shopping her closet. >> a remarkable statement to make for this important moment. >> i think it's what's great about this, you see michelle obama's style evolving over the years. in the thom browne, very tailored, traditional. a little bit a quiet look. what i love is maybe not every american woman has access to a beautiful custom made thom browne piece but they have access to the accessories. the j crew gloves. the j crew belt. a lot of woman look to her for fashion inspiration. she's very democratic about her style and people can access that. >> i think what's interesting about what happened with michelle obama today that's getting sort of a lot of chatter online is that she changed her shoes. she started out wearing j crew shoes. she changed into these custom made blue suede boots by
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morning, i am eric thomas. the dove brown will deliver the state of the straight address if a little more than an hour. he says the economy is rebounding and is expected to lay out an ambitious and optimistic agenda. well carry the speech live on abc7 and stream it live on abc7news.com starting at 9:00. right now, mike has the forecast. >> the system to the south of live doppler 7 hd is starting to unwind. that mean we will have clouds and upper 30's to low 60's before the next chan of storms later this afternoon. after that, we get a break tomorrow. sue? >> heavy traffic. we have an early accident off on the shoulder but it is slow moving past lucas valley road and north 221, 25 minutes late and martinez is ten minutes late and there are ♪ i'm a survivor [ cheers and applause ] >>> all the people braving the cold out in times square this morning. a lot of hats, a lot of scarves, a lot of gloves and a lot of smiles out in times square. robin and josh is off. sam on assignment. great to have amy robach and bill weir from "nightline." there's sam down in discovery cove in seaworld. you're
management and back with us is the cnbc contributor josh brown. josh, what do you make of today's move and where do we go from here? the multi-billion dollar question. >> as i had mentioned previously, i really think it would be great to see a pullback, so long as it's not a company by a huge spike in volume and any kind of overly rattling headlines. nothing really on the horizon that i think can really do that. for right now what you want to see is an orderly pullback. maybe today was is beginning of that. just don't know yet, but truthfully, tech looks pretty weak here. that's an area i would probably lay off. i would focus on relative strength and the relative strength, health care, energy and industrials. >> all right. ben pace, what about you? we've all watched this market marveling as it goes higher feeling a little bit tired. what do you see going on? >> considering with apple and how much it's gone down. this is a pretty good market. the dow was up quite nicely, not as impacted by apple so i still think that so-called pain trade was up. the market want to continue to move up. w
founded our critic. >> what is the state of the state governor brown outlines champagne dreams he hopes to finance on beer budget. >> also tonight. deployment of dozens of bay area troops. now on search rescue mission over seas. >> i'm spencer. not much rain showing up on live doppler 7 hd right now but the night not over yet. show ♪ secondhand smoke affects everyone's health. it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak up about secondhand smoke. your health and the health of your family depend on it. >> good evening everyone. dan has the night off. we begin with one of the most dangerous country in the world. making a new threat aimed directly at the united states. north korea says the missile nuclear weapons will target the u.s. white house is now signalling new sanctions. defense secretary panetta says the united states is very concerned and is quote fully prepared to teal with any kind of provocation. here's he martha. >> if there was any hope that kim would be less threatening and dangerous than his late father, those hopes are now dashed.
getting it ahead to robert brown. game tied at 33. at the second half, watch this one, mcdaniels misses the 3. booker, he's in for the put back. here comes daniels, soaring for tigers up 3, less than five minutes left. tech down one. brown drives, sinks the floater. and the hokies lead by one. brown with 9-points today. two minutes to go. tigers lead by 2 inside to jennings who hits the jumper and he had a game high 28 as virginia tech loses and drop to 2-4 in acc play. >>> nba this afternoon, ray allen playing in his first game back in boston since he left for south beach. fourth quarter, jeff green with a statement jam. celtics by 3. final seconds, heat down 3. lebron james pulls up,its the three pointer to tie and force overtime. in double o.t., pierce hits the jumper and boston defeats miami, 100-98 in double overtime. >>> australian open, men's final. murray against djokovic. first set, djokovic falls down as he reurns it. forehand gets over. gets up and back in position and approaches the net. beautiful. back hand, drop shot winner. but murray took the first set in the tie breaker
. >>> grammy-winning singer chris brown is being questioned by l.a. sheriff's deputies about an alleged assault over a parking space. witnesses say that brown punched another man sunday night outside a west hollywood recording studio. that man hasn't been identified but singer frank ocean tweeted last night that he was jumped by brown and a couple of other men. >>> now for a look at what's trending today, a quick roundup of what has you talking online. beyonce may be dropping a hint about the inauguration lip syncing. on saturday night the singer posted this picture of herself to instagram that says "can i live" or "can i live" while practicing for the super bowl. it's also a title of her husband's song. you be the judge. >>> online resume turned into an exact replica of an amazon product page and he invites you to add him to your shopping cart if you are interested. but hurry, as the ad says there is only one left in stock. >>> jennifer lawrence told the crowd how she earned her s.a.g. union card at age 14 while working on a commercial for mtv. didn't take long for that clip to pop up on youtu
billion dollars more in state funding that what governor brown is proposing in his latest budget. university officials say, that they need $371 million for the upcoming academic year in order to pay for salary raises, maintenance, and the equipment. governor brown wants to give 23 campuses system an extra $125 million, 10 million of which would be used to expand on-line education. he says, getting the extra funding would be a tough sale to the state legislator. >> officials in japan say eight lithium ion battery on a boeing 787 that overheated earlier this month experienced a sudden, unexplained drop in a voltage and was not overcharged as previously thought. it happened during an all nippon airways flight on january the 16th. also 50 of the 787 dream liner is have been grounded as officials, including the faa investigator. they're also looking into it g yes yuasa, the maker of the charred and battery. u.s. investigators also said it found no evidence of a battery overcharging when it ignited on a japan airlines 787 at overcharging when it ignited on a japan airlines 787 at bosto
. >> hot peppers and extra virgin olive oil. >> and that's it. sausage in first, browned it, put everything else in there. we don't want to cook it for too long. >> no, just until everything is soft and you can eat it in a sandwich. >> perfect. i want to finish this off, put a little bit of parsley on top, red pepper. i love red pepper. >> use a lot of it. >> perfect. a little bit of regular pepper on top. nice. now, there is the pita, served on the pita. >> sounds and smells like the streets of greece. >> beautiful. look at this! we'll get a nice scoop full on there. then i'm going to finish this off. look how beautiful this looks! finish it off with a little bit of feta. >> to make it extra greek. >> perfect. and oregano? >> yep. >> and top it off with a little bit of olive oil. >> that was great. >> you get half. that's enough to make two, right? >> yeah. >> bye-bye, everybody. let's eat! let's get at this one here. beautiful. >>> here's a sweet story for you. three tennessee high school students crowned a fellow classmate with a
see mayor willie brown, i will remind him it was fema. [laughter] we will have to name a doorway in addition to the staircase. thank you, everyone, for coming to san francisco. it is a pleasure to receive new and open up our house and to have you discuss, plan, and create relationships perhaps you do not have today among the federal and local police -- agencies working together on recovery. our city has been working hard. we have seen the future. the future is that if we're not prepared, it will not be our future. i got a glimpse of that some years ago when staff and i went down to new orleans. we have begun to realize the devastation was the result of things that could have been done there are national lessons to be learned from any major disaster across our country, what we could have done better. when i visited there those years ago, we stood at the night éovardç -- at the ninthç ward. in addition to taking pictures, we just stood there for a couple of moments. we asked ourselves, is this something we can accept? can we do something different now? when we got back to san
with beer. so, we're going to take our meat. and we start browning it off in here. very hot pan. you do this in batches. you add a little bit, take a little out. whoa. chili. until, it's all brown. george -- run, george, run. we set these back here. it's okay. when you are cooking with chilies, if you add it to the heat, it really gets going. you take them out of the pan. you can see the spices in there. i'm going to add my onions. i'm going to add my garlic. i'm going to get george a doctor. and a little bit of tomato paste with a pinch of salt. and we just stir that in until that breaks down. and we glaze that with a little bit of red wine and cook it down for about 10 or 15 minutes. until it gets like this one right here. now, you have this beautiful kind of mixture. beautiful and thick. that's the base of your sloppy joes. then, we add a little bit of sherry vinegar. this does. it has some spice. >> that's an understatement. >> oh, god. you guys are so wheat toast. a little bit of chili. brown sugar. some thoomatoes. we cook that down. we add our browned meat back to our mixture. an
'10" with a medium build. he has black hair, brown eyes, and a mustache. >>> san jose recorded its second homicide of the year this afternoon. the victim was a woman known as the candy lady. we have a crew following developments there, and will bring you the latest in a live report at 10:30. >>> january is shaping up to be a very good month for california's financial coffers. the state is poised to finish the month with about $4 billion more in tax revenue than expected. january16 turned out to be a record setting day with the franchise tax board receiving $2.2 billion in taxes. mostly from the 6% of filers who pay taxes quarterly. one observer suggests the spike may be from people taking profits ahead of increase in the federal tax rate. >>> governor brown is scheduled to give his third state of the state address tomorrow morning. no word from the staff on what the focus will be. political observers expect the governor to discuss a proposed tunnel to ship water. other topics include education reform, and high speed rail. you can watch the governor's address here on ktvu. it's set to start at 9:00
all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. >> welcome back. 5:21 on saturday morning. lisa argen keeping an eye on the weather. what is going on this weekend? >> yesterday you notice how mild it was. >> it was great. >> 65 in half moon bay. >> i was wearing flip-flops in san francisco. >> felt kind of tropical. it was humid and that was from the flow out of the south. today it changes due to an incoming system to the north of us. as we head outside icing foggy along the golden gate bridge but not as foggy around livermore. i will show you those visibilities in a moment. sunrise 7:14. influence the last couple days has been from the south. we had the rain in the east bay and also in the south bay. now this morning we are dry. live doppler 7hd shows that we are look at camera on top of mount saint helena. the system to the north of us will allow for cooler care and gusty northwest winds later on. but right now it's nice out with 52 in san francisco. 51 in oakland. 51 san jose. numbers in our east bay valleys
just hearing charlie brown's voice might take you back to your childhood. >> this time i'm going to kick that football clear to the moon! >> so the real-life person behind that voice is now in jail. 56-year-old peter robbins faces a dozen felony charges, accused of stalking his exgirlfriend and threatening to kill her plastic surgeon as well as a san diego police sergeant. he's pleaded not guilty. when he was a child he voiced charlie brown in some of the greatest movies, including a great pumpkin and a charlie brown christmas. >> 38 minutes past the hour. we have heart-stopping video. the moment a houston area police officer came under fire during a bank robbery that turned into a police chase. this is -- look at this. this is dash cam footage of an officer getting pelted, pelted with 15 rounds of ak-47 fire. he was hit in the head. he was hit in the arm. he did survive. that chase happened two years ago. the footage only now coming to light because the alleged getaway driver is on trial. the robbery suspect was killed by deputies when the 20-minute chase came to an end on a dea
. the team unveiled its new logo as well. the brown pelican is louisiana's state bird. benson said the nickname hornets doesn't mean anything to the hornets community. >>> on the court last night knicks alzheimer's superstar carmelo anthony and boston's kevin garnett bumping fits. carmelo would have his revenge though. he scores 28 points and the knicks snap an 11-gaming losing streak in boston with an 89-86 win. >>> and things went from bad to worse for one family at the winter x games in aspen. that's snowmobiler caleb moore in the freestyle. as you can see, he couldn't complete the back flip and barely had the snowmobile fall on top of him. look at that. inches away. he was hospitalized with a concussion. moments later his brother colton also crashes and he, too, would be taken to the hospital for a hip injury. >>> well, thousands of st. louis calendar nals fans turned out to say one last good-bye to ballplayer stan the man. cardinals' faithful many decked out in the team's colors waited in line to pay their respects to stan musial. he'll be buried tomorrow. >
to his pbs news hour special coverage of today's nailingration. >> i'm jeffrey brown. it's a bright sunny day here in washington. temperatures remain in the 30's. that's a bit warmer than four years ago for the president's first inauguration. that of course saw a record-setting crowd, nearly 2 million people. no one is expecting anything quite like that this time around but still, folks have been finding spaces on the mall tonight since the sun came up. you can see them setting up spots now. we will be covering the entire inaugural ceremony live. and if you're not at your tv you can watch our live stream on our home page at news hour.pbs.org or follow us on twitter. >> this earmarks the 150th anniversary of the man'spation proclamation. you can see bill and hillary clinton on the podium. there are also people there celebrating the election of the first african-american president. president obama is only the 16th sitting chief executive to be returned to office. he is the first president since dwight eisenhower to win two consecutive elections with more than 51% of the popular vote. he won
a list of the of brown-bag common sense in our government. -- we need a little bit of brown-bag common sense in our government. my grandmother and grandfather raised my mother in a farmhouse. they did not have indoor plumbing until my mother went off to a high school. she bought her car with cash, she did not have credit cards. she came out of the great depression and adamant about the fact that he did not spend money you do not have. to me that is one of my brown bag troops. we should not spend money we do not have. it is about the simple concept that you do not spend money you do not have. when you talk to people about it, people do it all the time in their household. small business owners do it to meet payroll. somehow it is some foreign concept in government. we talk about limited government. it is something that ultimately leads to more prosperity and freedom for our people and we should articulate that in a way that is relevant to where people are. i do not think you need to be talking to a conservative, i think most people across this country -- home by home, business by busines
people are waiting for. the first lady is wearing, we are told, a thom browne coat, j. crew shoes. she has a long route along the parade route this morning. >> kudos to david gregory, who got all that right except the j. crew shoes. every aspect of that right. >>> let's turn now to jenna bush hager, here with the story of one man whose unlikely gift to the president carried a greater significance than he could ever imagine. good morning to you. >> good morning. sometimes those unexpected moments in life have the largest impact. so much is known about our 44th president, but who is this man who unknowingly inspired him? a chance encounter in an elevator that changed two lives. when in 2008 at hyatt hotel, earl smith, their security director -- >> i love you back. >> -- met the future president. >> the feeling i had just overpowered me. >> reporter: overcome with emotion, he pulled out his most meaningful possession, a war patch he always kept with him. >> senator obama, i want you to have this. i have been carrying this patch for 40 years. i think it will bring you good luck in your jou
a magic touch. >> reporter: michelle obama kicked off the inaugural fashion frenzy with this thom browne coat, under this jacquard dress, and a tie, also by browne. >> i wanted to make something that was as strong as her, and the presence she commands. >> reporter: and keeping with her tastes, a j. crew rhinestone belt, and these pumping. but opting for boots. the gloves, pumps and boots so popular, they've been swept off the store shelves. the first daughters, malia sporting this j. crew coat. sasha with a lavender kate spade ensemble. the obama women putting on an inaugural fashion show, from head to toe. >>> and joining us now is eugene smith, senior stylist at the ted gibson salon here in new york city. he's cut beyonce and kerry wattington's hair. and she's given a cut to our volunteer model. before we show the results. tell us what you did. tell us about the style. >> her hair was really long. we had to take a lot off to get the style. like michelle obama's, it's going to be swingy, flirty and fun. >> speaking of fun, i know she's not seen it. we're going to show the before picture
today. marion brown of the twins has turned 86. her twin passed away a few weeks ago. her friend friends are planning a party. they are inviting everybody to help them sing happy birthday to her. >>> fashion retailers cutting costs on photograph shoots by using virtual models. see the picture, it looks very life like. you can tell when which is which? retailers can mix and match their clothing using photographs the company's model image bank. retailers use the technology because it's more cost effective. >>> watch starbucks, after reported stronger than expected sales here in the united states and in asia. shares up about 2% this morning, gained about 2% today. overall revenue jumped about 11%. >> the big sister of the facebook co founder is planning to open a production studio. she said that it the 12,000 square foot office would be located less than a mile from the facebook headquarters. it'll include two stages i control room, green room and audio booth. she ran the marketing market for facebook for six years but left to start zuckerburg media. >> the new movie about steve jobs wil
is missing. terrell brown looks at the mystery that has led to anguish for her family. >> reporter: sarai sierra has always dreamed of traveling abroad. >> just an adventure, you know. just to leave the country has been an adventure. we never traveled outside of the states. she was just so excited. to be able to see and take pictures. >> reporter: three weeks ago the 33-year-old mother of two flu to istanbul alone after her friend magalie na was unable to make the visit at the last minute. >> i loved turkey and had a great time. she wanted to come home. she missed her kids and husband and family. >> reporter: sierra kept in touch with her family on daily basis. last monday she told her sis scherr she was coming home. the next day when her flight arrived in newark, sierra wasn't on board. her husband called the owner of the place she had been staying only to hear the disturbing news. she's been missing going on a week now. >> all her belongings are still in her room. the charges to her ipad and cell phone were still there and her passport and medical cards are still in her room, so there's
central park, and that's where we find terrell brown. terrell, good morning. >> reporter: charlie, norah, good morning to you both. yeah, it is a whop 1g 2 degrees here in central park this morning. the temperature is one thing, but as we stand out here, the winds are starting to pick up too. that's the big thing. windchill numbers are expected to be well below zero in some places today. this cold is here. it will likely last through the weekend and today could be the worst of it. >> it's very, very cold. >> reporter: all day new yorkers bundled up against windchill temps that ranged from single digits to below zero. >> i'm kind of cold, but i don't care, man. i'm outside. i've got to make money, make sure i go home and feed everybody. >> reporter: in fact, it's so cold you can see it. in midtown's bryant park, the centerpiece fountain has morphed into a strangely beautiful ice sculpture. and for those who work outdoors, the cold commute is only the beginning. kelmy rodriguez works as an emt. that means even in the extreme cold, when the call comes in, he heads out, often a dozen times i
discipline. >>> makeup star bobbi brown helps some women in our crowd put their best faces forward and she'll share three tips every woman needs to know. >>> later, how to get an upgrade when you travel on everything from your flight, your hotel to your rental car. >> lots to get to. first a check of this weather. >>> let's look at the weekend ahead, starting with tomorrow. we'll be looking at wet weather through the southwest, snow in the central rockies, wet along the pacific northwest coast, sunny, but cold in the northeast. midatlantic states, nice and mild through the gulf coast. sunday, sunday, icy conditions in the mid and upper mississippi river valley. rain into the lower mississippi river valley. look for more showers in the pacific northwest. we expect to see that warmth continuing down into the southeast on into florida, but it stays cold here in the northeast on into new england. that's what's going on around >> good morning. it should be nice and quiet this morning. we expect some light snow to develop this evening. >> get that weather any time you need it this weekend. go to
in the civil rights movement? >> guest: a lot of things did. it was his death, it was the brown v. board of education decision. as people like barbara johns, the high school student that led a walkout of the segregated school because of protesting in the interior education. that's in 1951 we don't even know their names anymore even with rosa parks and montgomery. there were two other teenagers who did the same thing. as of this resistance, largely among the young people. >> host: on both sides is and it? >> guest: definitely. when you talk about south africa we all remember nelson mandela it was the students and others that revised the movement that was more abundant in the late 60's. >> host: he did something that got a lot of criticism for him and dr. king. tell that story about the crusade. >> guest: he was at a crucial point in birmingham. he gave a direction in march and millions of people followed him, completely wrong. from montgomery which came didn't initiate through birmingham, king is a leader but only in birmingham can he initiate and sustain the movement but that point in ap
was brutally murdered. to that change your spark anything with the civil rights movement? >> his death, brown vs. board of education decision killing of civil-rights workers, the young high-school student who led a walkout to protest against fifth inferior education. 1951. many people we don't even know there names or other teenagers who did the same thing. so the resistance largely among young people. >> definitely when you talk about south africa, we all remember nelson mandela who was in a prison cell. for others to revived a movement in the early '70s and the late '60s. >> host: talking about children, james did something that got a lot of criticism for him and dr. king. >> guest: king was at a crucial point* in birmingham with millions of people across the country followed him. from montgomery which king did not initiate, through birmingham, king is a leader in search of a following. only in birmingham can he initiate and sustain a movement the dow reached a crucial point* in 1963 all those who were adults who were willing to get arrested already had been arrested. he writes his letter f
stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. >> welcome back, good morning. 6:48:00 a.m. on saturday. take a look at this. the bay bridge, of course, on this foggy, cloudy morning. but the twinkling lights, that's the bay lights project. 25,000led bulbs on the bridge. part of a larger art project, a light installation that's being worked on now. full thing is going to be ready in march, which is the 75th anniversary of the bay bridge. enjoy this view. we are getting a little sneak-peek. remember cars on the bridge cannot see the lights so it's not a distraction to drivers. we just enjoy it from our vantage point. and the ferry building lit up in red there for the 49ers. >>> the education department has announced every public school in america will now have to include students with disabilities in their afterschool sports programs. abc7 news education reporter lyanne melendez explains how this changes the playing field. >> the fancy footwork gained her a spot on the school soccer
is 76 years ole. >>> the man who played the voice of charlie brown is talking about the stocking charges against him. peter robins was arrested as he returned to california from mexico earlier this week. he's accused of threatening his ex-girlfriend and her plastic surgeon. police say he followed the surgeon and made repeated phone calls to her and the ex- girlfriend and reportedly threatened to kill the woman. >> i apologized to the doctor. i tried to prove a point and did it badly. i a pol guys to shawna kerr for making her -- i don't know. maybe can you get her explaining. >> robins confessed he lied to those women claiming he has pancreatic cancer but he does not. >> kids, at let's, people of all ages drink it. we're talking about gatorade and customer complaints are getting a shocking ingredient taken out of the drink.  >>> pepsi is removing an ingredient from gatorade. a mississippi teenager gathered over 200 signatures claiming the ingredient fromenated vegetable oil was patented as a flame retardant. it was used in select varieties, including orange and citrus cooler. the
of a speech for a progressive party agenda. >> then there was congressman paul brown who offered this choice analysis. "i think the only constitution that barack obama upholds is the soviet constitution, not this one." joining the panel now is the editor of the new republic, a man who has suffered for several hours on the amtrak train, frank lynn for. >> privatize that sucker. >> seriously. >> blood-sucking libertarian. >> that is saying something, my friend. >> exactly. >>. >> we keep asking whether the republican party will come up with a new idea? the biggest idea is that president obama is trying to uphold the soviet -- which was adopted in 1977 and says, among other things, in article one, the union of soviet socialestist republics is the socialist state of the whole people, expressing the will of intdz of the workers, pheasants, and nationalities of this country. >> if we're most worried about getting sent to the goulage, check themselves in reality. i think there is something to their point which is that obama is not trying tore anile ate the republican party, but he is trying to brea
into ole miss. almost nine years since the brown decision. we may lose our moment. he resolved to go into birmingham. go for broke. if we can do something there, we can do something anywhere. he didn't even tell his own father or his board that he was going to do it. he started preparing with his most trusted people, the very ones that j. edgar hoover was trying to get him to get rid of. dr. king committed himself to birmingham. it was segregated by race and stratified by gender and condition of life and in every other way you might want to think. there were few female students at the university of north carolina. they had to be nursing students. there were none at yale and princeton let alone west point. in that same month 50 years ago, george wallace took office in alabama with an address pledging segregation today, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever, looking at a world that was segregated by race down into the state constitution's ban had defined partisan politics in the united states such that the democratic party was the party of segregation throughout the seven states.--
in the civil rights movement? >> guest: a lot of things to. it is his death, the brown v. board of education decision. it was the killing of civil rights for yours. it is people like robert johns, the young high school student who got a walkout on the segregated school because of protesting against the inferior education in 1851. many people we don't even know their names anymore before rosa parks, two other teenagers did the same thing. so this resistant, virtually among young people. >> guest: when we talk about south africa, it was the students in soweto. we all remember nelson mandela, that nelson and all of a sudden he presents no. it is those students who revived, stephen biko another survived a movement in the early 70s family 60s. >> host: is james bevel, talking about children, young people leading the way to contain that got a lot of criticism for him and dr. king. tell that story. >> guest: again come a king was at a crucial point in birmingham. we had this image that king david direction we should march millions of people across the country. that's completely wrong. from a camera
words when you're 90. >> i turned 90 when the trees were brown. when the hay was being pulled in off the fields. you've been around so long, you're talking lunar cycles. >> by the way we need to do this. >> stephi. >> stephanie: what's that heavy breathing i hear? why, could it be? >> hump days with hal sparks. >> yes yes! >> and we need to do this. ♪ >> his is so much sexier than mine. ♪ come on, get jacki ♪ >> hal: i actually, for anybody who was old enough to have a par tridge familyish crush, was it susan dey? >> she went on to be on l.a. law. >> turns out to be a sexy song. see what i mean? >> i would have worn my bell-bottoms if i had known. >> hal: we're on the radio and even the cameras from current can't see below so make it up. >> i have bell-bottoms on. >> it is the theatre of the pants. >> it is not pants-free friday yet. >> hal: that doesn't matter. with jim you don't know. it is a crapshoot. will he have pants today or not? >> i forgot. >> hal: sometimes i'll call in and chris, is it a pants day. he'll go nope. i'll have to pay whoever is in the car with me $5. >>
swirling it around. >> it's getting burned -- >> we don't want it to get burned and brown. we'll let it slide this time. put the flour in, it will bind it together and kind of help bind your cheese sauce together to keep it creamy and delicious. >> for people who don't know, what's a roux? >> i might be wrong, but basically it's butter and flour. and then once you get it creamy, add milk here. >> okay. >> i like to have my milk room temperature because i find that it mixes really well. >> you keep this going? >> keep mixing. you'll be mixing the whole time. while that you will is going, we've cooked our pasta, we've got that going on. you've got your cheese -- we add the cheese. >> shall i? >> yes. >> do your kids help you make this? >> they do. as much as they can. >> they do that? >> they throw cheese on each other. the other night when i was testing this because i kind of don't follow recipes so his to write it down for you guys, they were instrumental in testing the cheese. that was their -- their big job the other night. >> perfect. >> so this is going. we add spices -- there yo
, the bill from state representative catherine brown considers seeking or getting an abortion as tamperinging with evidence in rape cases. brown says there was a language error in the bill. kqre reports she's drafting a bill making it clear they could notten charged if they seek an abortion. lance armstrong is ready to cooperate with the international agency digging into doping but not the u.s. anti-doping body. the usa da was given him till february 6th to talk to them in an interview to be broadcast sunday on cbs' "60 minutes," usa da chief travis tiger blasted claims by armstrong that he didn't cheat. >> it's amazing. i mean it, this guy could go to almost any kindergarten in this country or frankly around the world and find kids playing tag or four square and ask twhaem cheating is and every one of them will tell you it's breaking the rules of the game. no real athlete has to look up the definition of cheating. and it's offensive to clean athletes who are out there working hard to play by the rules. >> now, armstrong's lawyer says scheduling conflicts prevent his client from talking to th
king browne. a local reporter goes into an animal pen and watch this. >> from the county fair, linda carson, abc 7. would you not eat my pants? >> let's look at that again. what a good sport she is. she's laughing. >> linda carson, abc 7 -- would you not eat my pants. i'm sorry, with he can just cancel the show and watch that for another hour and a half. she was recording a track for her story about kids that raise goats. she is totally okay. completely okay. that is the only reason we can show this to you and laugh as hard as we are. we are told the pen was recently cleaned. so you know, the fallout is rather gross. >> look at her face. she's such a good sport. she's laughing through it. >> that's a tough interview. i've had tough interviews, but that's tough. >> all right. 36 minutes past the hour. two years ago today the world witnessed a revolution in egypt. we'll go live to cairo. that is coming up. >> plus, a cop with a keen instinct may have prevent a mass shooting tragedy. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. i just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved i
-bargain on spending cuts, which i know you keep accusing me of being charlie brown running up to the football, but i think with this three-month delay -- >> can you explain that, by the way? >> sure. >> the charlie brown -- how long have you been telling me the president was going to be responsible on saving social security and medicare? >> a long time, but i think his inner tom coburn is going to come out finally here in the next couple months. >> you have just insulted the president of the -- actually, he likes tom a lot, i think. >> the president wants legacy. and not just because of, like, not because of ego, but there's certain things he wants to leave office having done. now is the time, if he wants to do -- if he wants to do gun control and he wants to do a big energy environment bill, i think the only way to do it is to finally get bipartisan muscles working, do some populist things like cut their pay and send them home on passing a budget, get a mini-deal with significant spending cuts, not a grand barga bargain, but significant spending cuts, maybe a reform of the entitlement programs, pas
of the animated charlie brown was arrested and scheduled to be arraigned today. rob ins, 56 is charged with four felony counts of making a threat to cause death or great bodily injury and one felony count of stalking. >> the los angeles times says obama isn't ruling out legislation on climate control. he's expected to use authority initially to avoid another fight with congress. >>> for the first time scientists have captured images of the mysterious giant squid in their natural habitat. this is incredible. look at this video. it was captured off the coast of japan. you can see more of it sunday night on the discovery channel. edy is one of those involved in the expedition. good morning doctor, how are you? >> i'm very good. >> this is incredible. explain how hard it is to get pictures of the giant squid? >> we've been trying for a very long time. it's really been since the mid 13th century that people have been talking about this enigma. in the last 50 years there have been a number of expeditions to go look but none have succeeded until this. >> why is this? why is
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